Some Real Things
In an effort to 1) clean out my overflowing sample bins and 2) help my kiddo pay for her college expenses, I’m doing something I rarely do.
I’m selling stuff I made.
Patterns? Sure, I sell those all the time, and nothing gives me more pleasure than being able to share those with you.
There’s something just a little different about selling projects that I worked on with my hot little hands. Everything I work on evokes memories and feels like a little piece of me.
My kiddo is worth it and I have far more samples than I will ever, ever need. Most of these things are one of a kind and the grand majority of them were for The Book That Wasn’t. It feels good to share them with you and move on to new things!
These are the first few goodies I’ve got up for offer:
Dollar included…because why not?! I came up with this idea after the Tooth Fairy was constantly misplacing the pillow each of my kiddos used to put their lost teeth in.
I seriously love this bag…click through to see the inside and back. Inspired by fairies…and fabric!
A combination of Monster Madness and Classic Films…love this piece. As a kid, I loved watching black and white monster movies on Saturday morninings.
If Mrs. Weasley was going to have a table runner…
She really is sweet…I loved quilting her, too!
Finished projects not for you? The block patterns used in these projects are available here.
Reminder: ALL Sewhooked printed patterns are 1/2 price on ETSY (no coupon needed) and will be gone after September 30.
Have you made any of my patterns? I’d love to see them! Share a link or better yet, add them to the Sewhooked flickr group!
Back to work for me! Have a fabulous rest of your day!